This week’s #PrescribingTips
Report all adverse reactions to veterinary medicines. When a drug is first licensed, it’s been tested in a few hundred animals at best. So rare adverse reactions won’t show up. We learn so much more through spontaneous reporting.
What else have we been up to this week?
We had a few days away visiting family, but still managed to keep working
Grapiprant verification done. Our editor is working on the final version.
Prepared the draft module on cannabidiol (CBD) for circulation to reviewers.
Started planning our visit to the London Vet Show #VetShow
Finished work on our free module about assessing new medicines.
Prepared a video on assessing new medicines for Canine Arthiritis Management to use as part of their workshops on multi-modal management of athritis.
Pleased to be collaborating with Vetstream. Reviewing Bovis drug monographs.
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